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bibliophile

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbibliophilebib‧li‧o‧phile /ˈbɪbliəfaɪl/ noun [countable]  formalTCN someone who likes books
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bibliophileAs John Carter has observed, such attempts at definition are a favourite game among bibliophiles.A loose-knit band of authors, bibliophiles and intellectual gadflies began showing up at Library Commission meetings to denounce the New Main.Collectors, bibliophiles and browsers will find a warm welcome from the many dealers when the fair opens at 10.00 am precisely.
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